The Backyard Bungalow is a newly constructed modern detached ADU (aka small house) in prime SE location, with 16 ft vaulted ceilings, spacious open-plan living area, sky-lit bedroom and modern bathroom. An ideal space and location for couple's, visiting parents, families or business travelers. Walking distance to Division St. restaurants and cafes, food carts, shops, parks and playgrounds, as well as a "biker's paradise", just off Clinton St.
The Backyard Bungalow fits snugly behind the main house, yet once inside, feels amazingly spacious. As you enter, from its private pathway, you walk into an sunlit open-plan kitchen, dining and living space, with skylights, a comfy sofa, TV and reading area, dining table (for 4-6 pp), large wooden kitchen island with bar stools, stainless steel appliances (inc. dishwasher), gas range, fully equipped kitchen, and french doors onto private garden patio. Patio and garden area offer a small but pet-friendly enclosed space (FYI planters are only 2 ft high so not likely to stop a large dog jumping them!).
Tucked away in the back is a 12' x 13' sky-lit bedroom, with a queen bed, walk-in closet and private entry to a beautiful little garden space. The bathroom offers modern elegant convenience, with glass and tiled shower (no tub) and washer/dryer. Good quality sofa bed (with foam topper) and twin air mattress are available, as well as a pack'n'play (crib) for kiddos (email to request). Sheets, blankets, towels etc all on-site.
Basic kitchen supplies will be left in the kitchen, along with coffee machine and French press. All systems brand new, including heat pump/air conditioning. Plenty of street parking available right outside. Bungalow is single level and accessible without stairs (via patio entrance).
Given the location (Bike Score = 94), off Clinton Bike Boulevard and 15 minutes to Downtown, two vintage style bicycles are available for guests (minus the odd service interruption). Locks provided. No helmets. It's worth noting, this is early days for The Backyard Bungalow and its hosts (i.e. us), so we're learning as we go. All suggestions welcome.